We had our very first FIM Team User Group meeting yesterday, with attendees from all around the world. There was some good FIM chat going on in the messaging window – I think this will really be the best thing about these meetings, especially for those who, like I was for a long time, fly solo in their FIM work and don’t get much chance to talk to other people doing the same thing.
As it was a “getting to know you” meeting we did a number of polls. There were around 40 people in the meeting, and around 25 to 30 people responded to each question.
What version of FIM are you running in production?
- MIIS 2003: 4% (1 respondent)
- ILM 2007: 4% (1 respondent)
- FIM 2010: 12%
- FIM 2010 R2: 15%
- FIM 2010 R2 SP1: 65%
How many connected systems? (Ignoring multiple MAs to one system)
- 1-5: 10%
- 5-10: 35%
- 10-20: 50%
- More than 20: 5%
What type of Sync rules do you use?
- Classic only: 45%
- Declarative only: 15%
- Mixture: 40%
How many identities do you manage in your solution?
- Less than 1000: 0
- 1000-5000: 3% (1 respondent)
- 5000-10,000: 17%
- 10,000-100,000: 40%
- More than 100,000: 40% (with some people talking millions in the chat window!)
What was your technical background before working with FIM?
- Primarily Ops: 50%
- Primarily Dev: 30%
- Other: 20% (with so many people claiming to be musicians we wondered if we should start a FIM User Group band!)
How much of your work time do you spend working with FIM?
- Less that 20%: 5%
- 20-50%: 15%
- 50-80%: 45$
- More than 80%: 35%
Â Which FIM components do you use?
|FIMÂ Service and Portal||80%||Â 10%||Â 10%|
|Self Service Password Reset||55%||Â 15%||Â 30%|
|BHOLD||15%||Â 35%||Â 50%|
|R2 Reporting||17.5%||Â 17.5%||Â 65%|
If you’re wondering why you’re missing out on all this fun, get yourself to http://thefimteam.com/fim-team-user-group/Â and sign up!